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Teaching in Tahoe

Well, lately I have been thinking more and more about moving to Tahoe. I already knew a few years ago I would be ending up there and a few months ago made the decision. I still have five more years of college ahead of me. At first I was going to move to Alaska for a few years and save up some money to move to Tahoe, but I decided that would be kinda pointless. Now I want to move there right after I get my masters.

What I am wondering is what it is like for my market out there. I planned on living as close to the California border as possible in Nevada without actually being in the state. I have heard how California is. It is often compared to New York as far as taxes, government, and laws. I also heard Nevada is a pretty loose state. So I was thinking moving to somewhere in Reno or Carson city to start. I was thinking it would also be a lot easier to find a job in a bigger city.

I was wondering if anyone here lives near here. I wanna know exactly how big these cities are and if there are more than one school districts for the cities. Also wondering if there were any school districts closer to Northstar area without being in Cali. The last question I have is how the market is. Does anyone know what the demand for teachers is there.

I know it's a long ways off and I am just getting started with the info, but I wanna get a head start and make sure this is what I want.

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